Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration
We sought a means of evaluating the effect of magnetic fields on growth processes that would yield data in a shorter time period than could be achieved with observation of processes such as tumor growth. We therefore chose to study wound healing and tissue regeneration.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Wound Healing Carbon Tetrachloride Tissue Regeneration Mitotic Index
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